Hot Line : 077 3981621 (24 Hours)

Locations : Islandwide service, Colombo, Kandy


Professional in termite control & General Pest control

To provide superior pest management services to keep your dwellings, Hotels, Institutions & Belongings unharmed by all kind of crawling and flying insects, including Flies, Cockroaches, Ants, Mosquitoes, Rats, & Bandicoots.

Using chemical that are environmental friendly and approved by World Health Organization (WHO).

we adhere to integrated pest management methodologies mainly Anti-Termite & General Pest Control and Agricultural Consulting Services.

UniPest control International (Pvt) Ltd

Sri Lanka : Colombo, Kandy, Islandwide service

Branch : Chennai (INDIA)

Hot Line : 077 3981 621 (24 Hours)

Telephone : 081 5100 019

Fax : 081 2375 903

E-mail :

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Rtn. PHF. Sumith Karunarathna

(Dip in Agri. Dip in MM)

Chairman / Managing Director

Mobile : 077 3981 621


Udeni Ambagaspitiya

Executive Director


Sahan Karunarathne

(Higher Dip in CSD)

Director - IT & International Branches

Mobile : 076 8854 128

Termite Control

We have 3 types of termite control treatments..
  • Pre-Construction Treatment (10 years or Lifetime warranty)

  • Post-Construction Treatment

  • UNIPIPE Rechargable Tubing System (Only available for Preconstruction Stage - Lifetime warranty)


A specially selected termiticide is applied into the soil prior to laying the floor concrete slab to prevent the termites from invading the superstructure of the building. The chemical will be bound to the soil and will last for a considerable amount of time. At the time of laying the foundation, the trenches should also be treated, however the most critical stage is the time of laying the ground floor concrete. We offer a 5 year comprehensive warranty against infestation.


Post-construction treatment is required where the floor has been laid without prior application of termiticide. This method is not as effective and also more expensive than PRE-CONSTRUCTION TREATMENT but is the only remedy where pre-construction treatment has been bypassed. The injecting of e termiticide into the soil below the floor slab is done through a set of drilled holes close to the foundation footings.

UNIPIPE Rechargable Tubing System

Before laying the ground floor slab we lay a network of delivery hoses between the soil and your ground floor slab. Thereafter this recharging tube system can be used to inject the termiticides directly beneath your ground floor slab without any required drilling. This is the most effective assurance against termites in the future.

Genaral Pest Control

Pulse baiting and perimeter baiting for efficient control of rats. Cockroach harbourage and breeding areas such as cracks and crevices, manholes, gullies, service ducts and individual garbage chutes etc.. are treated with a safe to public health insecticide while a monitoring programme is carried out. We use the techniques of baiting, misting, ULV, spraying and pheromone trapping to control infestation!

Cockroaches Control

Mosquito Control

Ants Control

Flies Control

Bed-bugs Control

Rodent Control

About Pests

What are Termites ?

Termites, sometimes known as white ants, are a group of social insects. Termites usually prefer to feed on dead plant material, generally in the form of wood, leaf litter, or soil and can cause serious structural damage to buildings, crops or plantation forests.

Because of their wood-eating habits, termites sometimes do great damage to buildings and other wooden structures. Their habit of remaining concealed often results in their presence being undetected until the timbers are severely damaged and exhibit surface changes. Once termites have entered a building they do not limit themselves just to wood, also damaging paper, cloth, carpets, and other cellulosic materials.

Termites Colony !

As social insects, termites live in colonies that, at maturity, number from several hundred to several million individuals. A typical colony contains nymphs (semi-mature young), workers, soldiers, and reproductive individuals of both genders, sometimes containing several egg-laying queens.

As social insects, termites live in colonies that, at maturity, number from several hundred to several million individuals. A typical colony contains nymphs (semi-mature young), workers, soldiers, and reproductive individuals of both genders, sometimes containing several egg-laying queens. A female that has flown, mated and is producing eggs, is called a "Queen". At maturity, a primary queen can lay several thousand eggs a day. A male that has flown, mated and remains in proximity to a queen, is termed a "King". The king remains only slightly bigger than an average termite and continues to mate with the queen for life.

Worker termites undertake the labours of foraging, food storage, brood, nest maintenance and some of the defense effort in certain species. Workers are the main caste in the colony. They are generally blind due to undeveloped eyes. Despite this limitation they are able to create elaborate nests and tunnel systems using a combination of soil, chewed wood /cellulose, saliva and faeces. Some species have been known to create such durable walls that industrial machinery has been damaged in an attempt to break their tall mounds.

The soldier caste has anatomical and behavioural specializations, primarily useful against ant attack. The proportion of soldiers within a colony varies both within and between species. Many soldiers have jaws so enlarged that they cannot feed themselves, but instead, like juveniles, are fed by workers.

For Avoiding Termites !

  • Avoide contact of susceptible timber with ground by using termite-resistant concrete, steel or masonry foundation with appropriate barriers.

  • New buildings should be constructed with embedded physical termite barriers so that there are no easy means for termites to gain concealed entry.

  • Use of timber that is naturally resistant to termites such as Canarium australianum (Turpentine Tree), Callitris glaucophylla (White Cypress), or one of the Sequoias. Note that there is no tree species whose every individual tree yields only timbers that are immune to termite damage, so that even with well known termite-resistant timber types, there will occasionally be pieces that are attacked.

When termites have already penetrated a building, the first action is usually to destroy the colony with insecticides before removing the termites' means of access and fixing the problems that encouraged them in the first place. Baits (feeder stations) with small quantities of disruptive insect hormones or other very slow acting toxins have become the preferred least-toxic management tool in most western countries.

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Contact info

UniPest control International (Pvt) Ltd

Head office : 906/5, Main Street, New Town, Digana.

Branches : Colombo, Matale

International Branch : Chennai (INDIA)

Telephone : 081 5100 019

Fax : 081 2375 903

Hot line : 077 3981 621 (24 Hours)

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